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EIWS COMMON CORE (106 Security)

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To authorize initial and continued access to classified information and/or initial and continued assignment to sensitive duties to those persons whose loyalty, reliability and trustworthiness are such that entrusting them with classified information or assigning them to sensitive duties is clearly consistent with the interests of national security
TOP SECRET - cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security. Color Code is Orange

SECRET - cause serious damage to the national security. Color Code is Red

CONFIDENTIAL - cause damage to the national security. Color Code is Blue

UNCLASSIFIED - cause little to no damage to the national security. Color Code is Green
1. Involvement in activities or sympathetic association with persons which/who unlawfully practice or advocate the overflow or alteration of the United States Government by unconstitutional means

2. Foreign influence concerns/close personal association with foreign nationals, Foreign citizenships, or foreign monetary interests

3. Sexual behavior that is criminal or reflects a lack of judgment or discretion

4. Unwillingness to comply with rules and regulations or to cooperate with security processing

5. Change of Marital Status or Marriage/Cohabitation with a foreign national
SF 700: Security Container Information; this form contains vital information about the security container in which it is located

SF 701: Activity Security Checklist; this form is a checklist that is filled out at the end of each day to insure that classified materials are secured properly

SF 702: Security Container Check Sheet; this form provides a record of the names and times that persons have opened, closed and checked a particular container that holds classified information

SF 703: Top Secret Cover Sheet (Orange); this form is used as a cover sheet for Top Secret documents

SF 153: COMSEC Material Report; according to GSA, it is no longer in available for order through their archives

SF 312: Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement; this form provides is a contractual agreement between the U.S. Government and a cleared employee that must be executed as a condition of access to classified information
1. When first placed in use
2. When an individual knowing the combination no longer requires access unless other sufficient controls exist to prevent access to the lock
3. When subjected to compromise
4. When taken out of service. Built-in combination locks will then be reset to the standard combination 50-25-50; combination padlocks will be reset to the standard combination 10-20-30
1. No item entering the DCS shall weigh over 300 pounds, or exceed dimensions 45 1/2" X 26" X 22"
2. Items shall be addressed with the standardized DCS two-line address; the Army/Air Post Office, the Fleet Post Office, and the street addresses shall not be used
3. Envelopes, labels, or tags with visible "postage and fees paid" indicia shall not be used
4. Security classification markings, special security caveats, and other Extraneous markings must not appear on the outer wrapper
5. Nickname and/or special project markings previously approved by the DCS must be placed on the outer wrapper
6. Detailed information on wrappings, marking, and preparing material for movement is available from the servicing DCS station
7. Packaging Material: Generally, all packaging materials are permissible if they afford contents with concealment and protection, preclude physical and/or visual access, are sturdy, and pose no hazard to handlers


1. Classified information shall be packaged so that classified text is not in direct contact with the inner envelope or container
2. Enclose classified information transported outside the command in two opaque, sealed covers durable enough to conceal and protect it from inadvertent exposure or tampering
3. If the classified information is an internal component of a package able item of equipment, the outside shell or body may be considered as the inner cover
4. If the classified information is an inaccessible internal component of a bulky item of equipment, outside or body of the item may be considered a sufficient cover provided observation does not reveal classified information
5. If the classified information is an item of equipment that is not reasonably package able and the shell or body is classified, it shall be concealed with an opaque covering that conceals all classified features
6. Specialized shipping containers, including closed cargo transporters, may be considered the outer wrapping or cover when used
1. Maintain a system of accountability (e.g., registry) to record the receipt, reproduction, transfer, transmission, downgrading, declassification and destruction of command Top Secret information, less SCI and other special types of classified information
2. Ensure that inventories of Top Secret information are conducted at least once annually, or more frequently when circumstances warrant
FPCON NORMAL describes a situation or no current terrorist activity
FPCON ALPHA describes a situation where there is a small and general terrorist activity that is not predictable
FPCON BRAVO describes a situation with somewhat predictable terrorist threat
FPCON CHARLIE describes a situation when an instance occurs or when intelligence reports that there is terrorist activity imminent
FPCON DELTA describes a situation when a terrorist attack is taking place or has just occurred